It’s an ice cream social happy hour with some of the most fun personalities on Chess.com.
Join chess amateurs Brother Josh, Shaun McCoy, and Gerard Le-Marechal as they analyze one of GM Melikset Khachiyan’s games on his own show — a twist on the normal Melik and Me show, where the GM reviews amateur games.
Can the chess amateurs guess the moves? Find out in this full show replay. | Watch video
Don’t show this video to chess students, because GM Simon Williams recommends moving your queen out early in this spicy opening.
See how to create legitimate threats with your queen in the English Defense — an idea that even got a good position against Anatoly Karpov, one of the best players ever. | Watch video
GM Gregory Kaidanov returns with another world-class lesson on the Queen’s Gambit.
You won’t believe how thoroughly GM Kaidanov teaches you The Cambridge Springs Defense, an opening that Kaidanov considers to be very popular with amateur players.
Learn the ins and outs of this solid opening, and you’ll be ready to unleash the Cambridge Springs Defense in your own games. | Watch video
GM Melik Khachiyan and Chess.com's BrotherJosh host the amateur edition of Melik & Me. Enjoy a full replay of this fun and educational program originally broadcast on March 26. Find out what the Chess.com members did right and wrong in their own games as analyzed by a Grandmaster. | Watch video
FM Mike Klein concludes his exceptional queen sacrifice series with a look at the best queen sacs of the millennium.
You won’t want to miss these modern brilliancies, especially with the best checkmate of the entire series coming up in the video.
After you watch, be sure to mention your own favorite queen sacs in the comment section. | Watch video